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United - Now If?

Now there`s a thing!

After witnessing, first, Sir Alex Ferguson and then, second, Wayne Rooney chastised by the Football Association nothing but silence on the much loved Match of the Day on Saturday night.

Having witnessed first hand the savage ways the media machine carved up Wayne after the incident at Upton Park it seems strange than an incident involving two members of the Upton Park side seem to have escaped scot-free.

On Saturday, as the Hammers plunged to a 3-0 defeat at fast improving Bolton Wanderers, Mark Noble was clearly see, in a fracas, punching is own keeper, Robert Green.

Now can you imagine if that had of been our Wayne doing something similar?




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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday April 11 2011

Time: 5:00PM

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Becuase we're the pinnacle of English football and have a worldwide influence every action of ours is going to be picked up and us pulled apart no matter how small or meaningless. The thing is most other teams and fans are too blinkered to see it and realise what the media are doing, scapegoating us with 'news' (events that happen every week) and are getting bites from the prejudice, hyprocritical, blind, narrow minded ABU's.
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